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down this week. you wonder whether all of the high five's with the politicians commending fema had a clue. >> a big shout out to fema. they are a great partner. >> the president could not have appointed a better person. >> the administration, fema you have established when the call goes out the country is there to help their people. the "share t. get a great deal on a new subaru and 250 dollars goes to your choice of five charities. by the end of this, our fifth year, our total can reach almost 25 million dollars. it's a nice reflection on us all. now through january 2nd. get 0% apr financing for 36 months on a 2013 subaru forester and we'll donate 250 dollars to your choice of 5 charities. share "not even close." share "you owe me..." share "just right." the share everything plan. sharable data across 10 devices with unlimited talk and text. get a droid razr m by motorola for $49.99. but we can still help you see your big picture. with the fidelity guided portfolio summary, you choose which accounts to track and use fidelity's analytics to spot trends, gain insights, and figure ou
on to the first floor. >> reporter: they had flood insurance through fema, the federal emergency management agency, that's kpon for people who live in flood zones. they thought the inspector from fema would give them a check to repair $100,000 in damages. >> the first floor where you are standing now is definitely not covered by the flood policy. >> reporter: why? >> this neighborhood is considered to be in the flood zone. >> reporter: under fema's flood insurance program, the first floor of a house such as the bediners should be used for parking or storage only. furnaces and water heaters are covered but finished walls, floors and furniture are not. >> the water was up to here. >> reporter: that caught the bediners and other homeowners we met by surprise. >> this is the sole reason to pay these premiums every single month, you know, so that, you know, you go to bed at night and you don't have to worry about things like this. >> reporter: more than 450,000 people have filed claims with fema. most of them for damaged homes. and insurance claim kos reach $20 billion, four times the agency's budget.
with the twin towers fund raising many delivering blankets, water. one day after the nor'easter fema close the office for whether. this is ridiculous and should be extended immediately. neil: the governor of new york has to decide if it is warranted then you get an extension. fema should see the administrative screw up where thousands are thrown to the streets? >> on september 11 george pataki and i sat next to the head of fema to cut out the bureaucracy not to submit there albany then washington. the reality is the whole idea of fema is to cut the governor should call today and the done by 5:00 this afternoon. then you cut out bureaucracy. the president promised us we will cut red tape. you have to do away with it. neil: i am not as experienced as you i hear fell out a form. fill out a form. but then next week it is possible the coverage will end. you do not want to add to it so you are covered through the holidays? >> they should have done it one week ago. >> you are not on top of your emergency. >> administratively it cannot get the job done. >> the president has to be true. fable appro
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sandy. fema has announced who will receive funds. >> they are denying individual assistance for citizens. that is certainly bad newings for a lot of people. >> it is. this announcement by fema and the obama administration is receiving shock from all elelingted officials in maryland who have some start of tie to the eastern shore. senators pleaded once again with the fema director for help. >> people woke up to this headline "u.s. denies aid to storm victims." this is the picture. >> the senator speaks wednesday at a sub committee on capitol hill expressing sadness and disbelief that fema denied the state's request for individual assistance for residents affected by superstorm sandy. also in attended was another senator who pointed out why the state was spared 30 inches of snow still fell and areas around the crab capitol were destroyed by flooding. >> if you live in parts of maryland you are suffering as much as any community in this storm. >> both the governor and fema director have pledged to appeal the denial, has expressed outrage saying "i cannot remember a public policy decision th
with the story. you quickly seize the initiative and did a lot more on just a local level. than fema. >> well, neil, as you know my house was affected my family was, but after stabilizing our situation we took a look around two days later, and we saw a bunch of federal response, out there with clip boards taking notes but we did not see boots on the ground helping people. yes my brother derrick and a few of hour close friends got out there, and started up a volunteer 100% grassroots effort, mobilized within a day or two over a hundred volunteers, and at this point we probably taken in and fed thousands of people and clothed them, and now, about a month later, it is just about the time when we starting toosee the federal respond hit the ground. but, the response from day one, until now has been paltry, i think that community effort has proven to be a lot more effective than federal response. neil: john, your argument of local boots on the ground. and there is some wisdom in, that argument for large government entities coming in, they provide the heft. you need heft, do you agree? >> you need h
. it takes a whole mix of people whether it's the department of defense and even fema having roles to play in that. bob fenton, the assistant chief of fema, used to be the division chief in division 9. he is no stranger to this area, born and raised here, this is his home and so he does have a care and an interest in this community and beyond. and so with that it is hard to fill being his replacement at the regional level because not only to fill his shoes all the great work he did in this region, but also because when you see the size difference, it's a little hard to fit in there. but this this i want to introduce bob fenton, the response head for fema coming in from dc to help support this and moderate the panel. thank you. (applause). >> well, appreciate it. appreciate the opportunity to be back with friends and back in san francisco. and i appreciate the opportunity to be your lunch speaker. as i always say, lunch is one of may five most important meals of the day so thank you for that. let me introduce my panelists. here to my left, we have a great group here to talk about stor
of superstorm sandy. >> fema has given a thunderstorms down to individual assistance here. lowell mesler joins us with more. >> this announcement by fema and the obama administration is receiving shock by all elected officials in maryland. earlier today on capitol hill senators pleaded once again with the fema director for help. >> come down from national geographic to take pictures how clean we are. they want to hear the songs. right now we're singing the blues and we're singing them loud and clear and we're singing them here. >> the senator speaks wednesday at a sub committee on hurricane sandy on capitol hill expressing sadness and disbelief that fema denied the state's request for individual assistance for the residents on the shore affected by superstorm sandy. another senator pointed out that the state was spared from the scene that happened to the north locations still received 30 inches of snow and some counties were destroyed by flooding. >> you are suffering as any part or any community of this storm with homes that are not hasn'table. >> they have pledged to appeal the denial democr
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after fema messed up. doesn't ask. but because of generous americans, christmas has come early for this family. anthony joins me now. we have been trying to get her on phone but she had a doctor's visit. he is very close. how close? >> january 15. are you ready? >>guest: well i was before all this happened. >>neil: how is it looking now? >>guest: it is getting there. a lot of things to make up like work and stuff like that and vehicles. >>neil: everyone pitched in and heard your story and heard your wife's story and they said this cannot be, this young family cannot deal with this. what did they do? >>guest: people donate add lot of stuff, furniture, closes, christmas tree and presents. >>neil: and it was decorated and ready to go? >>guest: they set it up and got it done. i got it handed to me. >>neil: do you know what was behind it in the story of your plight became very well then maybe owing to your poor pregnant wife and your young daughter. >>guest: fema, you went to fema and they give you a hotel because i was staying at the house and going through what was left and i knew
the ceiling on to the first floor. >> reporter: they had flood insurance through fema. that's common for people who live in flood zones. they thought the inspector from fema would give them a check to repair $100,000 in damages. >> first floor where you're standing right now is definitely not covered by the flood policy. >> why? >> this neighborhood is considered to be in the flood zone. >> reporter: under fema's flood insurance program the first floor of a house should be used for parking or storage only. furnaces and water heaters are covered but finished walls, floors and furniture are not. that caught them and other homeowners we met by surprise. >> this is the sole reason to pay these premiums every single month so that, you know, you go to bed at night and you don't have to worry about things like this. >> reporter: more than 450,000 people have filed claims with fema. most of them for damaged homes. insurance claims could reach $20 billion. four times the agency's budget. fema might have to go to congress for more money. mike burns is fema's disaster relief coordinator in new
that the congress can't act. >> fema is doing nothing still, just going around in a circle. denied, denied. >> this is terrible. it's gets worse. it's not getting better. >> they blame george bush for katrina. where's obama for sandy? >> how much time do i have to wait? it's been a month. neil: while they were suffering, and fema was shopping, e-mails making victims more angrier with a first responder saying when he got to new jersey, they told us to go to the wal-mart nearby because they didn't have assignments for them. the fema administer says my people are told to go sightseeing. even those who don't flip over him personally are quickly acknowledging that he got and continues to get more done to help people out there than any institution, government, arian or otherwise. john, great to have you. >> neil, thanks for having me. before i, you are a folk hero in stanten island because you were the first person to allow me to talk about where we were lacking on resources in stanten island, particularly, with fema, and happy to talk the issue again, but before that, i was ordered to present y
held a hearing on fema's response to hurricane sandy. senators from new york, rhode island, connecticut and delaware testified before the committee on the challenges their constituents face in the aftermath of the storm and what's needed to move forward. >> good morning, everyone. thank you for joining us for this very important hearing on the response and recovery and the challenges before us to superstorm san joaquin. -- with sandy. we're here today to evaluate the response and recovery effortings in the aftermath of hurricane sandy which struck the northeastern united states on october 29, as the largest-sized storm system in u.s. history. hurricane sandy claimed the lives of more than 120 americans, destroying over 340,000 homes. and over 2 hub,000 businesses and leaving more than 8.5 million families without power, heat or running water for weeks. and i understand in a few neighborhoods and in a few buildings in new york and new jersey that still is the case. the scale of this disaster has created significant housing and transportation challenges and a successful recovery will requ
in support of the efforts of fema, which responded extort really quickly and competently and i want to congratulate administrator phuket on the work. also touch another recovery is and by prey responses to other similar disasters. senator coats come you mention we must learn from our experiences and other storms and you're exactly right. finally, all just a special role the president asked me to play with rebuilding every development efforts. significant work done to assist the region is effective coordination among state, federal local authorities. this is included hud, fema bacillus department of homeland security, transportation come energy interior and health and human services plus a small business administration and the army corps of engineers, state and local officials and private businesses and charitable organizations. hud personnel have been on the ground staffing fema disaster recovery centers and doing a variety circulated works such as mobilizing special-needs providers to assist families in shelters. we made a priority to provide immediate temporary replacement housing
." >>eric: heck of a job, fema, lots of back patting on capitol hill as lawmakers held a hearing on the response to hurricane sandy. >> i want to give a big shout out to fema, they are a big partner. >> i commend the fema administrator. >> i thank you, madam chairman. for being a strong leadership. >> i cannot tell you how much the words men. >> the president could not have appoint add better person. >> you and your people have established one thing, that when the call goes out the country is there to help their people. >>eric: but try telling that to some of the victims of sandy. welcome, everyone, i am here for neil cavuto. they could be satisfied but try telling that to this guy. (inaudible). >> they are worried about vandalism or squatters taking over their house. what are you doing? we want a place to call home. we want to be somewhere for the dam holidays not in someone else's house or a hotel or a shelter. we need answers. >>eric: the resident from staten island you just saw, says no one should be patting themselves on the bang. not yet. thank you for joining us, scott. wh
. of $142 billion in federal aid headed for that, only $40 billion made it directly to victims from fema. that is incredible. not right. >>guest: it is not right. when i saw that, cuomo is coming to washington, and you showed the capitol you should have dollar bills coming out of the window because when the governors come to washington they want money with their palms up. that is what governor cuomo wants. he wants the federal government to write a big check to the state. we found with katrina, of the $140 billion, according to independent government auditors, there was rampant corruption and fraud and no bid contracts that went to cronies and we estimate that somewhere between 20 percent to 25 percent to 30 percent of the money was wasted on fraudulent contracts. it didn't helps victims. a lot of people got rich but it wasn't the people who lost their homes. >>neil: you can see money for a variety of purposes, the money coming in, helping the victims, helping sandy victims now, but it goes through a variety of nefarious purposes and could fill a hole in the budget. where is the backup t
of fema testifies on capitol hill about the government's response to hurricane sandy. and later, senate debate on the u.n. treaty for the disabled. ♪ ♪ >> this weekend on c-span3's american history tv, follow harry truman easeleddest grandson to hiroshima as the city prepared to mark the bombing of the city in 1945. >> you know, everybody has their own view what happened, and i, i don't, i don't want to argue survival with anyone in japan about the history. i think we're past that. my whole purpose for being here is to listen, to honor the dead, to listen to the living and to see -- to do what i can to see this doesn't happen again. >> clifton truman daniel will join us sunday at 9 p.m. eastern on c-span3. >> now, a discussion of how the military and national security might be affected by spending cuts scheduled to take effect the first of the year. part of the so-called fiscal cliff. former chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, admiral mike mullen, was joined by the chairmen of the senate house armed services committee. this is a little less than an hour. >> good afternoon. thank
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specifically as the chair of the homeland security subcommittee which has jurisdiction over fema. i understand the other chairs of the appropriations committee has come down, whether for the corps of engineers mitigation issues in this bill or fishery issues, the subject of senator mikulski's committee; or housing and urban development, community block grants -- that's in h.u.d. -- or transportation under the jurisdiction of senator murray's committee. i'm honored to be the chair of the homeland security appropriations committee for several years ago and am proud that some of the reforms that we've put into place were actually seeing the -- we're actually seeing the benefits of today as our first responders respond to literally the worst disaster to hit the northeast in 50 years. and i wanted to just address a few things and to clarify some numbers for the record. despite the fact that hurricane sandy, mr. president, is not on the news every night and cnn is not broadcasting from the shores of new york and new jersey -- that happened for a few days and then we've gone on to other pressing issu
speaking with fema about replacing those buses, fema said they had to buy used buses of roughly the same age. these agencies were put in the absurd position of scouring the country trying to find someone who would sell them old bosses. but with mitigation funding, we can pay for new buses to replace the old ones. this same principle applies to rail transit. should we put the station back together with the same exact vulnerability to flooding, or should we rebuild in a way that would prevent such extensive flood damage in the future. of course we should rebuild. for my friends who are fiscal hawks, it is fiscally responsible to ensure that we do not have repetitive loss, economic consequences, and human consequences. we can prevent hundreds of millions of dollars to future damages to our transit system. to understand the importance of rebuilding in a way that makes us more resilient, let me lay out some facts about the damage to the region. based on preliminary estimates, over 300,000 homes were damaged. over 20,000 were destroyed or made uninhabitable. the estimate in my state alone is u
: this is getting heated. the fury over fema. welcome, i am neil cavuto. staten island residents erupted over a fema that this is not lping. they are in a self-congratulatory bubble. >> fema has been fantastic. >> today you hear nothing about the things about fema. >> everyone has made this a number one priority and this continues to be my number one priority. neil: it remains sticky with this politician parade. thousands of angry victims simply looking fornswers, and they are not getting them. cash-strapped homeowners dealing with mortgage is very much alive and well and thinks the dataset on keeping those mortgages current. this week it is like an awful lot. it's piling up. this next guest knows it firsthand. scott mcgrath. he was at that town hall meeting and he joins me now on the phone. or, you made your views very clear. very lovely. very well. did you get any response? >> absolutely not. they did not get a response. they never gave us a direct answer. they just among hear it. neil: was the whole idea of the town hall meeting anyway? this is going to be like a pta meeting? officials think thin
today. the victims are feeling that they are not being heard. >> fema is doing nothing. they still keep going around in a circle. a lot it is a joke. charles: this staten island resident says washington is losing focus on hurricane sandy. to be frank with you, from day one, staten island did not release been high on list of priorities. a lot of people felt that way then. how are you feeling? >> i agree with you. it seems like staten island is a forgotten puddle. you know, we are being forgotten about. i started to wonder is it because it's a republican town? because most people are republicans here. and is this because the majority of people that get loaded for office are republican. the president said when i met with them that fema works for him. and results are going to happen. it still hasn't. charles: i remember that. of course, your outburst at one of these recent meetings, when i thought the first time, i actually had goosebumps because i could feel the passion and pain. also, discussing with the president of the united states, he meets in certain promises to you. it feels like ma
of janet napolitano and fema. >> fema has been fantastic. >> you hear nothing but good things g about fema about this continues to be my number one priority. neil: that is what really annoys the storm victims, not so much help was immediately on the way, but they were high five each other, fooling the nation to thinking that help was already there. let's say staten islander, wall street veteran said, not every penny goes to victims, it goes to politicians, john, taken it to his own hands to help out people with volunteer project. wide wednesday respect among everybody. >> thank you, neil. neil: what do you think of this? all this money, and a lot not going to those affected? >> i wish i could get into my true staten island vernacular to express the words, when i see this bill, i am resulting mad, -- ripping mad, whatever happens to staten island right now could happen to them, why in god's name do we care about alaska fisheries, you know on the ground, i am a really sensitive guy, been helping people sunday two, there are people in staten island living in gutted home, model rimold ridden,
, fema, the rest of the administration's team working hand in glove with their state team. in this case there was really a team. as i like to say there is no i in the word team. i should have the army corps of engineers has been particular in responding to hurricane sandy. over the years, funded by a series of storm protection projects in maryland are polite, robust and strong, healthy systems. these types of projects criticized at the time by some on my opinion because they performed exceptionally well during sandy black hundreds of millions, maybe billions of dollars in damage. ashur protection withstand storm surge in better then baked circe wells while also enhancing the environment. although the project on our coast of their job, they were weakened or in the storm not require repairs so were not for mobility future storms. unfortunately the northeast mid-atlantic received more frequent and larger storms like standing in the future. the 70 to find cost-effective ways to ensure projects will continue to protect lives and property. we also need to look into whether adaptive measures.
emergency funding for those in immediate need over the next three months. we have carefully worked with fema, director fugate, we have worked with h.u.d., we have worked with the appropriations committee to identify those specific needs that get to the emergency situations under which this bill is titled. it provides funding for states to allow them to begin to rebuild but also leaves us time to review what additional funds might be needed. so rather than throwing out a big number and simply saying let's see what comes in under that number, let's look at the most immediate needs that have to be funded now and provide a sufficient amount of funds in order to do that. in fact, the amount that we're providing would extend in terms of outlays far beyond march 27, but we want those mayors, we want those governors to be able to begin the planning process of looking how they go -- would go forward, but we also want in respect to our careful need to carefully look at how we extend taxpayer dollars. we want to allow this three-month period of time for which the relevant committees here in the united
, but a lot of statements and misstatements are being made. >> reporter: officials from the city and fema had organized this town hall in the hopes of easing residents' mounting concerns. instead, they got an earful when the people lashed out. >> we never want to go through this trauma again. >> these people are frustrated, heavy-hearted. okay? lives were lost, my house, i can rebuild a house, my neighbor, he is dead. we need your help, sir. >> reporter: like nearly everyone else here, dee mcgrath is worn out and angry. >> i have dust and mold, where am i supposed to go? >> reporter: today, she was at home while spending another night in the cold. >> nobody can live like this, i mean, we are, because we have to. >> reporter: despite the nearly unhabitable conditions, she and her family are living in the two-story bungalow. >> it was freezing, you can feel it now. it was mostly colder here than outside. >> reporter: no heat, no running water, no toilet. they were given money for an apartment by fema, but can't find one, hotels, too far. and local leaders have so far rejected the requests for t
's got to be the last word. coming up. >> i need your attention please. >> brenda: boy, talk about a fema fiasco, sandy victims still waiting for help. lashing out at fema workers in a town hall this week and find out how you can avoid relying on the government agency if a disaster strikes near you. . >> fema ain't doing nothing. still, they keep going aund in a circle and they go denied, >> predictions. >> we saw people coming back with e issues and depend on yourself and don't depend on-- >> gary b, bull or bear on that. >> and your prictions? >> unions can't stop the big mac. and mcdonald's, an extraordinary company. >> brenda: jonas bull or bear. >> bear. >> brenda: gary b, your prediction? >> holiday season has started. for some son and i think the stock is back to $300 by valentine's day. >> brenda: and larry, bull or bear? >> bear, not enough for my taste. >> brenda: larry, your prediction? >> financial d-day sends
, talk about a fema fiasco, sandy victims still waiting f help. lashing out at fema wkers in a town hall this week and find out how you can avoid relying on the government agency if a disaster strikes near you. . >> fema ain't doing nothing. still, they kpoing around in a circle and they go in a circle and they go denied, [ malannouncer ] it'that time of year again. time for cii price rewind. because your daughter really wants that pink castle thing. and you really don't want to pay me than you have to. only citi price rewind automatically searches for the lowest price. and it finds one, you get refunded the difference. just use your citi card and register your purchase onlin have a super sparkly day! ok. [ male announcer ] now all you need is a magic carriage. citi price rewind. buy now. save later. >> predictions. >> we saw people coming back with the issues and depend on yourself and don't depend on-- >> gary b, bull or bear on that. >> and yourpredictions? >> unions can't stop the big mac. and mcdonald's, an extraordinary company. >> brenda: jonas bull or bear. >> bear. >> brenda:
-- fema. congressman judge sought -- john sarbanes said it will go to upgrading the fire station. some say fema is not that generous when it comes to aid for victims of superstore sandy. >> maryland woke up to this headline -- u.s. denies aid to more storm victims. this is the picture of the face of maryland during the storm. >> barbara mikulski spoke earlier at the senate appropriations subcommittee on hurricane sandy disk -- expressing her disbelief they denied the request for individual assistance for rep -- residents of the lower eastern shore and western maryland affected by the storm. she and other elected officials are pressing fema to reverse course. the state has 30 days to file an appeal. the directors seemed open to giving another look. >> sometimes i struggle with when we say now. it is never easy. it does not mean we are not going to work with the governor and mean it -- see what we can do. >> they will still provide funding to the state that can be used to prepare public structures such as roads and buildings because of the disaster declaration in november. in the wake of sup
in their beds, but images of fema, fha and the post office now entering our heads. all right, enough holiday poems, can't take anymore. go straight to tonight's game. who gets bailout booty and who gets the coal in their stocking? joining me now to help santa make out his list, brian wesbury no i know enjoyed my little poem. first trust advisors. >> i love it. i can't compete. melissa: you will get a chance in a second along with kirsten owers, daily beast columnist and fox news contributor and dan mitchell, cato institute. he will not be a grinch. >> swing gel bells, santa bailout smell. melissa: that was fantastic, good job. go down the list though. we had to joke this up frankly because it is so depressing. we're watching the government. the reason we're talking about this the government is beginning to get out of a loof final s of shares of gm. if they tell out over the next 16, 18 months, price manages to stay where it is taxpayers will still be $7 billion in the hole in the whole thing but you know the government will call it victory and look forward to our next bailout which could be
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